BiblioAsia Apr-Jun 2020 Volume 16 Issue 1
Panic swept through Singapore in 1889 following a serious outbreak of rabies in the colony. Stray dogs were initially blamed but the real culprits were purebreds imported from England a few years earlier. Find out how the authorities contained the disease in this issue's cover story.
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